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Willows Pottery, Helen

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Where to stay in Helen

In addition to dozens of cabin rentals, Helen offers a wide selection of budget-friendly motels, most of which are located right along the small town's main street. If you prefer to avoid the crowds and you like the outdoors, consider staying at a campground in the area just a short drive from Helen's shops and restaurants. Most of the area's big campgrounds provide both tent and trailer sites along with hot showers, laundry facilities, and free Wi-Fi.
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  • Beautiful and unique pottery. My wife bought two big pieces and was thrilled with them. She makes sure to tell everyone where she got these two pieces.  more »
  • Friendly people. Beautiful pottery & wood turnings. Not within walking distance from downtown but well worth the short drive.  more »
  • Beautiful pottery. Unique pieces you probably won't find anywhere else. Can be a little expensive. There was a local potter throwing clay while we were there. He was so friendly and explained the enti...  more »
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  • Awesome place!! The young potter working behind the desk explained that their pottery is 80% local, and the five artists work at the shop. Prices were reasonable. The shop was extremely nice and roomy!
  • I will preface with the fact that I do love my coffee mug. However, I wanted to note that the apparent female shop owner was borderline rude when we walked in. She was arguably more concerned with reorganizing her shelves of knick-knacks versus helping us "out-of-towners" shop for anything. She offered no advice, no suggestions and wasn't helpful in any way. Upon confirmation of her attitude from the gentlemen at the shop next door, it's quite apparent that she doesn't need to be in a customer facing role. The only reason I walked out with my mug was because I like the mug more than I disliked her.